Peddler’s Fork Inn
 

Our Story

The Peddler's Fork Inn is a 3200 square foot cabin nestled in 65 acres of private woods near Red River Gorge. Tucked away along the winding roads of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the cabin offers a secluded retreat complete with screened-in sleeping porch, a wood-burning stone fireplace, a dining room table that seats 12, and three well-appointed bedrooms.

Originally built 40 years ago by decorated flying ace, Air Force General James W. Little, the log cabin underwent extensive restoration while preserving its original charm. The original Peddler's Fork Inn was a restaurant designed and hand-built by the General where is wife was the proprietor. In conjunction with the property he owned several farms where he had multiple agricultural operations that supplied the restaurant with homegrown meat and produce.

In the spirit of this once-thriving family operation, his daughter Mary Gay Kanai, offers the inn for vacation rentals, special events, and private dining.